- Chelsea to likely face ban over fans conduct at away game at Leicester
- The chants were directed at new signing Morata
- Both Morata and the club’s management have condemned the action by the travelling fans
Premier league side Chelsea could face punishment from the FA after their fans indulged in offensive anti-Semitic chanting during their 2-1 away victory over Leicester.
Stamford Bridge hierarchy were quick to condemn the song, supposedly dedicated to Alvaro Morata, which contains offensive lyrics relating to Jews.
And they appealed to those who sang it to desist from the act immediately claiming it embarrassed both the club and Morata.